I am glad to let you know I have successfully passed (... from second attempt 1Z0-807 ).
First time I got 70% with passing score 71%.
Today I got 80% with passing score 71%. Feel much better now
Since I already had SCEA 5 certificate, this exam was only needed to upgrade to Java EE 6 level.
Examination Score Report
Oracle Testing ID: SPXXXXXX
1Z0-807 Java EE 6 Enterprise Architect Certified Master Exam
Exam Date: 02/27/2014
Center ID: XXXXX
Your Score: 80% Passing Score: 71% Result: Pass
Feedback on your performance is printed below. The report lists the objectives for which you answered a question incorrectly.
Classify security threats to an enterprise application select measures an architect can propose to mitigate them.
Identify how the Separation of Concerns principle applies to the component model of a Java EE application; including client, the web and business component containers, and the integration and resource layers.
Identify non-functional and quality-of-service requirements that influence application design, including trade-offs in performance, availability, and serviceability.
Identify the benefits and drawbacks of implementing Web Services in the EJB component container.
Identify the benefits and drawbacks of using a browser to access asynchronous, lightweight processes on the server.
Identify the differences between client pull and server push architectures.
Identify the effects of an object-oriented approach to system design including the effect of encapsulation, inheritance, and use of interfaces.
Identify the security technologies that apply to an application’s code, messaging and transport layers
Identify the use of the law of leaky abstractions or a specific anti-pattern in a given scenario.
Valleyman Vodoo wrote:Congadulations, please can you post the materials which you used for the exam
I read Adam Bien's Java EE paterns book.
Reviewed Core J2EE Patterns 2nd edition.
Reviewed GoF Design Patterns - used mostly Wikipedia.
Read some security article from Java EE tutorial: http://docs.oracle.com/javaee/6/tutorial/doc/bnbwy.html
you should know Java EE APIs/technologies - what they do and when to apply them best: JSP, Servlets, JSF, JCA, JMS, JDBC, LDAP, EJB 3, JPA, JAX-WS, JAX-RS, REST, SOAP, StAX, JSON/JSONP -- I had these knowledge, because I am using Java EE for long time (did not read any specially for the exam).
Yos Ste wrote:Congratulations, good luck on the rest of the parts ...
Any ambigous questions you had ... Some hints on tricky questions / technologies ?
I listed technologies on the upper posting, sorry, too much time passed to recall some low level details.
Please give me some guidance on how to approach this exam,
I have total 4 yrs experience into java technologies... I have experience into Core java, Jsp, Servlets, struts1, Spring (IOC, AOP, JDBC) I have experience on Liferay Technology too..!!!
I too wish to be a good technical architect... it is my dream..
Is it a right time to think of being a technical architect?
How should I start for the same.. ?
I am SCJP as well as SCWCD,
I actually want to know the knack of learning new technologies..The knack of learning new technologies quickly..
first target is OCEJWS 6.
Please tell me the approch and please guide me for the same.
It seems that you are angry on me and hence ignoring my further posts, I know you are hurt by my post.
Pankaj Shet wrote:Hi Mikalai,
Please remove that blah blah .. stuff from your study guides and write the complete topic and complete content so that it will be much more helpful then it is currently.
I apologize for the same. Please don't take my request in a wrong way. I never intend to be rude here, I never intend to hurt you. Whatever contents are there in your books are truely awesome and I really appreciate the same..!!!